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West Virginia is a diverse area in that it’s not only a naturally beautiful state but also historically significant one – during the Civil War, it broke away from Virginia and was accepted into the Union, then serving as a key border state.

And while nature exploration is a big part of any RV journey, we also suggest that you explore the historical aspect of West Virginia during your trip.

Where To Rent An RV In West Virginia?

Needless to say, the best rental opportunities are waiting for you in the city of Charleston, West Virginia’s capital and largest city. Another good place to look for RV dealers is the city of Parkersburg in the state’s northwest.

If you are unable to find the right RV dealer, then consider online rental platforms like RVshare or Outdoorsy. If you are coming from a nearby state, you may also be able to rent an RV there, but that’s a whole different topic.

RV Campgrounds & National Parks In West Virginia

To explore West Virginia, consider staying at one of these locations:

  • Chestnut Ridge Park.
  • Ashland Resort.
  • Twin Hollow Campground & Cabins.
  • Greenbrier River Campground.
  • Lazy A Campground.
  • Cox Camping.
  • Summersville Lake Retreat & Lighthouse.
  • Burning Rock Outdoor Adventure Park.
  • Pegasus Farm Campground.
  • Pipestem RV Park & Campground.

West Virginia is home to a few national parks, but perhaps the most remarkable one among them is the Harpers Ferry National Historical Park. This national park features Civil War-era locations, as well as unparalleled natural diversity, partly because it spans through areas of West Virginia, Virginia, and Maryland.

Popular Tourist Attractions In West Virginia

One of the more popular tourist attractions is the New River Gorge Bridge. Not only is this steel-arch bridge a remarkable piece of engineering, but it also is one the longest bridges of its kind in the world. There’s also a recreational area around the bridge where you may tent camp for up to two weeks.

Another notable natural attraction is the Seneca Caverns with its numerous passages and rooms, the largest of which is a whopping 60 feet tall!

Events In West Virginia

Bridge Day held in October at the New River Gorge Bridge is the only day when BASE jumping off the bridge into the New River Gorge and rappelling are allowed. Among other activities you could engage in on this day are kayaking in the waters of the gorge.

A unique event is the Annual Mothman Festival held in Point Pleasant in September. During this event, you have the opportunity to explore the legend of the Mothman, as well as participate in contests and vendor exhibits.